Dear Delegates,

It is with great joy that we welcome you to the 6th edition of the World Model UN Conference! Over the last five years, we’ve simulated various engaging committees and catered to an increasingly wide range of National and International delegates.

We are back with this year’s conference which not only promises to be bigger and better in reach and organisation but also insightful and eventful in terms of the discourse quality. The ‘World MUN Crisis Summit’ has been planned to accommodate delegates with diversity and help them engage in quality debates and deliberations. With a wide range of well-thought-out and unique crisis committees and agendas, the stage is set to reward impromptu presence of mind and cherish spontaneity of ideas!

We have worked to establish World MUN as one of the prime conferences not only in the Eastern Circuit but over the country. Through this conference, we aim to provide a platform to students where they can understand issues of national and international importance, develop their communication skills, and sharpen their soft skills. With a diverse and competent pool of participants, our delegates learn to think logically and express themselves coherently.

We understand that each MUN Conference is an experience in itself and we strive to make World MUN a memorable one. Every year, we try to make your experience as a delegate or as an international press member, dynamic and fulfilling. The intellectually stimulating session, the exhilarating socials, and the meaningful socialization go in a long way to create an everlasting bond. So, at the end of it, we want to provide you the opportunity to not just go home with some crazy prizes and awards, but also make new friends, pleasant memories and expand your ideas. With a competent Organizing Committee, and committed Secretariat, World MUN 2020 is sure to be one full of hospitality, new friendships, and some intense yet amazing debates and deliberations. We look forward to seeing you here, in the City of Joy, this January!


Shaunak Chakraborty,

Message from the President

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